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Best washing pegs
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lockdownwithwhoresdrawers · 15/03/2021 11:48

Can anyone recommend some excellent washing pegs? I am keen to line dry and have my washing darked on!

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dementedpixie · 15/03/2021 12:01

I have these. I bought them from my local morrisons a few years ago

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whatswithtodaytoday · 15/03/2021 12:02

Lakeland soft grip. The best.

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Ladyofmainlyleisure · 15/03/2021 12:07

Lakeland are worth paying for. They never break.

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70isaLimitNotaTarget · 16/03/2021 19:09

3rd Lakeland Vote here !
I got the ones with the flower on them

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WaltzingToWalsingham · 16/03/2021 19:20

Lakeland! They grip really well and are durable too. I wouldn't buy them anywhere else now.

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FrogFairy · 16/03/2021 22:09

I love my Hills pegs, expensive but very well made

www.robertdyas.co.uk/hills-pegs-box-of-50

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CornishTiger · 16/03/2021 22:11

Came on to recommend the eco force pegs too

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Howshouldibehave · 16/03/2021 22:13

Lakeland soft grip-they are great. I have the sock drier thing with them on as well-best pegs I’ve ever had

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HasaDigaEebowai · 16/03/2021 22:16

Pincinox stainless steel, lifetime warranty. You’ll never buy clothes pegs again

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LunchWithAGruffalo · 17/03/2021 15:26

Tesco storm pegs for me. I prefer wooden ones and these are a bit chunkier and stronger, especially for heavy things like Jean's and towels.

That said, I was upgrading from poundland pegs, so I'm easily pleased.

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DobbyTheHouseElk · 23/03/2021 14:25

Lakeland. I’ve got my original set from 25 years ago. I’ve only had a few break. I’ve added to the set with soft pegs which are excellent for jumpers.

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CoffeeAndCaramel · 25/03/2021 22:45

Minky ones

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ceilingsand · 26/03/2021 08:48

Definitely minky for me.

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NeedaLittleNap · 29/03/2021 00:56

Old fashioned, wired wooden ones. Sun will make most plastic ones brittle eventually.

Enjoy the darking!

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candlemasbells · 29/03/2021 01:10

This is just the thread as I need some more pegs

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AlwaysLatte · 29/03/2021 01:28

Old fashioned wooden ones! Awful plastic ones are terrible for the environment and only get brittle in the sun and disintegrate.

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